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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w THE INTERIOR JOURNALfVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1905 NO 03 1 OTTENHEIM Grady Tucker eon of W T Tucker la the boss corn raiser In this section tie showed us several cars of corn that measured 14 Inches In length and some of the cars had 16 rows Wm Anderson has his grist mill in running order and It is one of the most t conveniently tlon located mills In this sec v Mrs Rube Adams who has been juito HI Is much Improved at this writ- Ing Miss Tovis Collier who has been quite sick is able to bo out again Mitchell Whltt and S1 Pollard hava rented the wellknown Louis Whitt grist mill and will give their customers 1sntsnctlonns PollaroI The firm will be known Joe Coleman was told by n fortune teller that there was money hidden on his fathers farm and ho hits mustered up courage and to on the spot that ho was toldIA J Manuel has rented a farm InI Uarrard and will move to it In tho near future Ed White who has been work ing at Springfield for some time is back wltb the home folks Kldd who has been sick for ofHiram Is much improved Mills Maggie Livingston who has typhoid fever is doing as well as could be expected says her physicians Constable McWilliams Of Casey Has An Experience With Buena Compton On lost Wednesday I as constable of Casey county received n phone message from Mr Wood deputy sheriff of Lincoln county to arrest Buena Comp ton who had tome to Casey that day Mr Wood said ho had committed n felon 1 found him and ho refused to bo arrested and finally tore away from me and n man I had helping me but I got his 32 Winchester find a 38 hnmmcrkvw S W revolver his hat and most of hits shirt Not thinking of overhearing of him again I went about my work and next morning he came nnd broke in my house got his pistol could not find his gun stole my wifes pocketbook containing a small amount of mon ey stoic a bill book from my coat pocket which had all my circuit court work for tho December term in It some notes nnd a largo number of accounts placed in my hands for collection lie also stole a shot gun and n small amount of money If ho comes on Casey soil again I am going to havo blood hounds on his trail I did not know he was un outlaw or I would havo shot him I was trying to arrest nnd not kill or wound him Ho tried to shoot me Jot McWlUJAMS Family Skeleton Many a person family skeleton is a Htatu of weak illgiMtlvo organs Inherited from catvleas ancestors Tho skeleton can bo laid to rttstby Dr CaldwcHs laxntlvn Synip lopi Iu Better do to at oneo otherwise It will dog you dully and crop yim In con start misery und Imlangurfromwoitio complication Syrup IVjwltt Is a 8i ccllk for Indigestion ionsllputlon headache and biliousness Try U sold by G TJ Penny Stanford anti C W Adams llujtonvtllu nt Mo nUll 91 00 Money hack It It falls Thomas W tawson of Boston has sent out telegraphic invitations to n number of governors und other prominent men asking them to act as n com mittee for policy holders to bring about reform in tho big lifo insurance com panies Gov Ileckham has not yet an swered Mr tawsons telegram but it Is understood his reply will bo favora v ble In tho event that Gov licckhutn accepts the invitation ho may in turn invite tho committee to hold Its initial meeting in Kentucky Insomnia and Indigestion Cured Lust year hail a very severe attack of Indigestion I could nut sleep tit night trod Huirorcdmostexcruclatlng pains for three hours after each meal i I was troubled thin way for uboutthrvo months xvlitn I used Chamberlains f Stomuih and Liver Tablets and me calved Immediate relief says John nixon Tullumoro Ontario Canada For sale by nil druggists A company has been formed nt Birmingham for the construction through the mineral region in Alabama of tho first electric locomotive system ever built in the State The road wm go from Gadsden to Tuscaloosa by way of Birmingham with side lines Tho Dawson Coal Coke and Railroad V Company has been incorporated to operate mines in Hoktns county to build a railroad fromDuwson Springs t o Madiaonville The transfer of the Tennessee Con tral to tho Illinois Central and Southern- is ns an assured fact and an official announcement is expected at an early date The Bluegrass Tobacco Company of bought and Lcxlngtonihas Martin Co Louis ills i KIDDS STORE George Tucker feels to havo Increas ed appreciably in stature and physique since the addition of another young la dy to his flock Lt Col Wm Turptn illustrates th o magnetism of Old Caseys hills and pa triotism of her children by his return from the lime stono quarries of Indiana nnd repurchasing his old Fryos Creek farm determined that his dust shall mingle with the pioneers in tho old family grave yard Bro Fitzwrtter Is once more agitating denominational currents of Fryos Creek in propngnndic work with a met aphorical club which indiscriminately whncks heresy 7 of every other sect Tho gentleman declares there are but sinless saints und sinners and knowing himself not n sinner he Is necessarily sinluss John Hiffo has rented time Judge lial Kldd farm for the ensuing year As Reggie Vanderbilt is taking in tho home show and side shows nt Louisville tin invitation should bo extended to him to see the street fair which Is slowly drifting this way from Burghs nnd whose advance agent has expressed satisfaction with the cross roads prospects of this country Samuel Mounce son of Win Mounce well remembered by older citizens as the most universally admired oldtlmo gentleman of his generation is visiting relatives in this section after an absence of 19 yours in the West Sam brought an accomplished young wife and two lovely children lIe has pros pered In Oklahoma owns a farm worth 8000not for sale and can bei communicated with at New Kirk Dr Jesse nmougIan emigration of 21 years He left the State In 81 when a youth with father and mother both living now and an uncle Crit Rifle M D Tho doctors greatest wonderment is the exaggerat ed and grotesque remembrances of the topography of his native hills Everything is contracted Distances he thought miles arc reduced to rods and elevations ho estimated as mountainous and remote are nearby motehill whilst he can toss a stone across the wide val loge Ho lives in a level district A Tribute To heBertha Buries on God in his all wIse providence saw fit to call from time to eternity Sept 30 1KX little Bertha Durlcmm aged about eight years Wuynesburg Sunday school of which she was n bright pupil at Its Sunday services Oct 1905 passel the following resolu ilions1st That in the death of dear littlo Bertha Burlcson Wnynesburg Sunday school has lost one of Its best pupils and her parents n loving and only child Again n beautiful bud has been plucked from n flower garden below and transplanted to doom on the other This school extends its sincere sympathy to her parents in this their sad bereavement and can only com mend theme to Jesus who has promised to be with them In the sixth trouble and not desert them in tho seventh 3rd That a copy of those resolutions bo spread 6n the minute book of tho Sunday schoola copy furnished the family of tho deceased und a copy sent to the INTKRIOII JOUKNAI for publica tion JL G Reynold S H Gooch J M Johnson C G Caldwullcommittee- Made a lilt When Dr W H Culdwll the sage of Montlcollo first prescribed his grunt remedy for indigestion consti pation mad bllloiiNiiots now known an Dr CaldwelPii laxative Syrup Pop sin Its iMiecosfl was m great that it mtuta an Instant lilt Slneo then It has been used all over the world and has never tilled to duplicate UK first sue cesses Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C 1V Adams Huston villa at 60o and 6100 Monoy back Ult falls An interesting development of the insurance investigation in New York Friday was the production of the pay roll of tho Mutual Life Insurance Com pany which amounted to 1002020 for the year 1901 Tho of President McCurdy is developed is 150000 a car or three times that of President Roosevelt Wakes Homely Women Pretty No woman no matter how regular her features may bo can hacaUed prey If her complexion Is bad Orlno Lax ative Fruit Syrup aids digestion and Clears sallow blotched complexions by stimulating tho liver and bowelo Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and ls mild and pleasant to take Heratmbor the namo Orlno und refuse to accept any sub stitute Pennys Drug Store Since Pueblo Col has a woman Policeman criminals will find a few live mice a valuable of their out fit suggests the Louisville Times NEWS NOTES Owenton went dry by a majority of 26 Both sides made a hard fight More than 40 students were injured In the annual class rush nt the Univer sity of Wisconsin The postoffice at Whitesville Davlcss county was robbed of 120 in money nnd 100 in stamps Rufus B Merchant disbursing officer of the postofflce department to dead in Washington A new star reaching almost thesixth magnitude has been discovered by the Harvard observatory Mrs Anna Bollin under arrest nt Cleveland 0 is said to bean anarchist of international reputation Thlrtyflvo men were entombed by an explosion in n coal mine near Florence Col Ten of them were rescued Mrs Martin Simms wife of a young farmer of Nelson county took strych nine by mistake and died in 20 urinates A home for foundlings with infant incubators will be erected by John D Rockefeller fur the Cleveland Humrfno Society Emmett Roach of Jordan Ky was murdered by two unknown men as ho was unhitching his horse after return- Ing from church Gambling on Lake Michigan has been stopped temporarily by the forfeiture of the sailing license of Capt Stephen Jones of the floating pool room City of Traverse Oscar Fenley president of the Na tional Bank of Louisville was elected of the Kentucky Rankers Association Reports from the State showed n healthy condition in financial affairsProf Newton C Dougherty super intendent of city schools at Peoria Ill was arrested on charges of forging and embezzlement in connection with school funds The alleged shortage is at least CO000 Dr Oliver B Hart son of a million airs real estate man of St Louis is in custody in Chicago suspected of the murder of n 10yearold girl who was found dying in his home Hart Is a morphine fiend Tho commonwealth rested in the trial of Guy Lyon at Russellvillc for criminal assault on Mary Gladder The case of Jim Lyon charged with the same offense was called and a panel ordered from Muhlenhergcounty Legislative investigation showed that two momicrs of the family of Richard A McCurdy president of the Mutual Life Insurance Company had drawn more than 2600000 in commission aside from their salaries as employes of the company The Kentucky organization of Span- Ish war veterans has received a letter from R J Collier saying that the Lincoln birthplace will not be given to any single patriotic association but that an effort is being made to place Ilin the hands of the government W R Fletcher was given the death sentence at Riwscllvillo for criminalas sault on Mary Gladder as stated last issue The jury was composed of men from Simpson county who on return ing home were met by women who pinned flowers on their coats and sup plied them with lunches Col Bennett II Young and Judge William Lindsay representing the Commonwealth of Kentucky filed with tho State railroad an inter vening petition praying the commission to investigate the reasonableness or extortionate character of freight rates charged by railroads in Kentucky FOR OLD PEOP E Pennys Drug Store has n guar teed Strength Creator Mr Penny of Pennys Drug Store our wellknown druggist says hun dreds of old people right here in Stan ford need just such a maker anti bodybuilder as our delicious cod liver oil preparation Vinol and we simply cannot understand why they will continue to drag out n halfdead and halfalive existence when weguar untee Vinolwill strengthen and invigorate every organ in the body stop the natural decline and make them well strong and active This is because Vinol contains in n highly concentrated form nil of the strengthcreating nnd bodybuilding el ements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers but without a drop of the systemclogging oil to up set the stomach and retard its work Vinol creates renewed vitality in the most natural manner making rich red blood and building up and strengthen ing every organ in the body to do its work as nature intended Many old people have written that they would not take 1000 for the good Vinol has done them In the strongest manner we endorse and guarantee Vinol to increase the appetite give strengthand renewed vitality to the aged build up the run down tired and debilitated make the weak strong or return to tho purchas er every dollar paid for it Pennys Drug Store I HUSTONVILLE Family horse for sale safe and per fectly sound W It Williams Mrs G B Wearen was painfully in jured by being thrown from a buggy in which a refractory horso was back jag Mrs Hiram Johnson died at Vm Vimou3 Sunday morning and was bur led Monday In Buffalo cemetery Stan ford v The last ball game of the season was n contest between Hustonvillo IInd lId dleimrjT here on Saturday which re sulted in n score of 12 to 2 in favor of the former Worn on tho beautiful home of Tho P sacoclf wtjl commence at once with a full corps workmen and rushed to completion by Dee loth at the latest pikeYou Honest 11ll1soSince the ame Old IfonestMlke is the same At Woodson Sauces Jas II Williams and bride left on Monday for Jacksboro Tenn their fu ture home Mr Williams has n wealthy aunt who owns a large fine farm near Jacksboro tenders to him since his marriage this farm and Tier splendid home which he goes to accept Young men follow Jimmies example and get busy Everybody is getting ready for the Stupendous Oriental Street Fair and Festival next week beginning on Mon day and continuing throughout the week Prominent among the attract ive features will be the PanAmerican Midway the Streets of Cairo the Elec tric Theatre the Oriental Theatre Ma gicians Gem Spinners Sword Fighters Whirling Dervishers Dancing Girls the ancient weird music trained dogs camels donkeys and Indians Arabs Turks Romans Cowboys Chinese Japanese and Fillipirios Come and see the wonders that electricity accomplishes All free and a hundred other won derful feats never before presented in this country Cheap excursion rates by rail and free by pike The program of the Eighth Congres sional District Association which will convene at Alcorns Opera House in lustonville Friday Oct 20 will be published in our next issue Prominent educators from all the counties of the district havo signified their intention of being present at the meeting and a great educational revival is expected Tho question of State Normal Schools longer terms better salaries for teach ers concentration of effort for school improvement in our Commonwealth and the advisability of consolidating districts and the establishment of un ion district high schools will be discussed and explained by educators ofknown ability and experience Everybody in terested in education will be welcome at nil sessions of the association dud g Friday and Saturday We extend a cordial invitation to our friends of the counties South of us who arc not in this district R S Eubank president 8th Cong district educational associa tion Miss Julia Stagg and Miss Alice Cab bel have returned from a delightful vis it to the capital of Casey Mr Abe Newton and wife are visiting friends in Somerset Miss Melle Hopper will ac company her father Mr Ed C Hopper Nov 1st to the Pacific slope where they will spend the winter Mrs Nell Keenon nee Adams of Frankfort is visiting her many friends and relatives in our city Miss Bessie Worthington has gone to Louisville for a few weeks stay J Roy Rose of Enid 0 T Ts home for a short stay Miss Florence the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Spragens of Pownrs is the guest of Miss Susan Frye The Rev S B Lander returns to his adopt ed home this week and will begin his years work in the pulpit of the Pres byterian church next Sunday morning Everybody especially invited to hear his initiatory sermon and encourage him with a full house Prof J W Davis and family have given up the Bradfordsvllle school and will move at onco to Saulsbury N C where Mr Davis will take charge of the books of Powell cc iiiiriiur Among the parties who went to Cincinnati Sunday we no ticed J W Powell nnd wife Mrs Kate Myers and children and Miss Lizzie Gill Cowan has gone where tho woodbine twineth and will return cre the frost is on the pumpkin or the fodder is In the shock Details later rDoctors said He would not Live Peter Fry Woodruff Pu writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians In Wnynesburg and still getting worse the doctors advised mo If I had tiny business to attend to 1 hud better attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month us there was no euro for uie Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and I Immediately sent my son to tho store for It and after taking three bottles I began to get better and continued to improve until I was entirely well Pennys Drug Store QualityA JIStyles POPULAR STOREis known by four important characteristics Tho superior quality of its goodsr2 Au eugenic lor late styles and novelties 8 Always the lowest prices 4 Perfect service to its patrons This is time foundation of my business und I havo itruUly lick ty tho nbuyq principles flint ie tho reason why my store has grown to be known iw tho hOSt store in tone for VALUES that you receive hero for your money having just received the fmc tt stock of hall and Winter Goods in town This includes a selection of new and stylishsDry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc Of oolirio everybody knows that this is licadijuarters tar Shoes ns I have the exclusive wile of the It All America 85J50 and 84 Shoes the best for the witliindnysa we have for you f Lowest t Prices PerfectI SAMROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Peters Loaded Shells at W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Stop and See His Win dow Display THIS IS PATRICK I i He is a warm num ber He will keep the cold chills from run ning down your back See write or phone r S H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky t George D Hopper Successor to J K VnnArsdnle Dealer in L Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds I ask a portion of the patronage of the peopleofJ3tauford and Lincoln county promising the best goods utjthej most reasonable price George D Hopper Stanford Ky iv r tl x The Interior Journal E C WALTON f LDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE tForItcprescntatlTc i f J M ALVERSON For County Judge R C WARRENf h For County Attorney 1Co fJ j W S BURCH J iiji For Sheriff r Tl JEFF HILL SrV For ClerkCounty GEORGE B COOPER i For Atsosor W A CARSON i ForSuperlntendentot Fcbool i GARLAND SINGLETON Ylt For Jailer txr W HERRIN JOHN HENRY THOMAS formerly a d pedagogue now an editor of his own class and prospectively a disappoint candidate for superintendent of schools of Casey county in answer to a littl prodding this paper gave him admits his willingness to lie but claims a lack of experience in that art Those who know the distinguished journalist and 4educator however agree that ho has both the will and experience and that Ananias would have grown green with envy had he lived in John Henrys day Not struck on our personal pulchritude as is our Casey county brother we do not show in beauty rings as he does and consequently the sting of defeat that follows such childish things is unknown tp us Many a proud mother has gone into a fair ring with her pretty child believing that none could wear the blue tie over her own but no de feated mother ever left the ring madder than did John Henry when clever but the Lord knows not handsome Lincoln Wells beat him at Oak Grove We felt sorry for him and tried to console him but without avail His feel ings were hurt his pride had fallen y for three beautiful young women had said he was not as pretty as Link Wells his only opponent for beauty honors We have proven Brer Thomas a fabricator or rather willing to fabricate the girls at Oak Grove said he was not lovely now answer this ques tion mine own John Henry and we may let you alone When you were with that anti freeturnpike crowd at Kelsey Jones picnic werent you with them body and soul and later in the day when you struck a bunch of freeturnpikers werent you as heartily with them In short how do you stand on the pike question Are you for or against free turnpikes You are a seeker after office and the people want to know how you stand on this Important question t THE laws delay is illustrated otten t but not so forcibly as in this case Sev enteen years ago a passenger on the r Wisconsin Central Railroad was thrown under the car and lost both feet He sued for damages and at the end ofsev en years litigation secured a verdict for 20000 But he never received the money The cripple managed to keep soul and body together by peddling shoe strings Shortly before the close of the seven years contest in the low er courts the railroad went into the hands of a receiver To get anything out of the receiver further litigation would have been required and the mon ey to pay the cost of it could not be II had The man died last weeka beg J gared victim of the laws delays The road against which he had a just claim escaped the payment of its debts A CINCINNATI judge held in a suit for i 1000 damages against the Street Car Company by a woman who had been put off the car because she had tender ed a 5 bill and the conductor didnt have the change that the tender of a i 5 bill was an excessive and unreason- i Mable tender under the circumstances and the company had the right to eject Frequently people tender large bills toI conductors simply to get a free ride This decision will therefore be of in terestto them tGEORGE B COKTELYOU now post will be appointed secretary of the treasury upon the retirement of Secretary Shaw next Februa ry This statement is made by an official so close to tho President as to be authoritative says a Washington dis patch Now make John Yerkes Post master General and all will be well j The amiable commissioner has been suggested for every other office in Teddys gift r DID you ever notice how many post offices are robbed just before the No 4t vember election If you have not take notice Campaign money has to be raised one way or another and there is 6 vI about as much justice in stealiug mon from life insurance ey from as companies In a collision at Newton Mass between anautomobile and a street car SttMtor George F Fulford of Brock Tilto Ont was eeriou ly injured ta Tim Lewis and Clark Exposition which closes October 15 seems to have been managed with signal business tact It is announced officially that a surplus of 100000perhaps 150000 will be returned as a dividend to the stockholders Tim Alt Vernon Signal which grows better with every issue has just round ed out its 19th year six of which have been under tho efficient and careful management of that prince of good fellows Mr Edgar S Albright Here and There At Pittsburg a woman killed her babe and committed suicide The diphtheria situation at the Naval Academy at Annapolis is improved Twentyseven persons were killed am 35 injured in a railroad wreck in Rua sin Richmond citizens are to vote on the question of a new City Hall at a cost of 15000 The Peoria III National Bank has closed its doors by order of its board of directorsTwentyseven persons were killed ant 35 injured in a railroad wreck near Dos tofTonDon Russia Lettie Fourshoe of Graves county removed her shoe in singing school and found a garter snake in it Julia Worthington a beautiful oung school teacher of Mason county drown ed herself in a mill dam near Murphy ville A large consignment of snails Is or the way to Louisville from Sicily being imported for the tables of Italians hereF Fugue of Pendleton Ind was probally fatally hurt in football practice at Swarthmcro College Philadel phiaAustin Burgess a young farmer was shot and instantly killed at Gamaliel Monroe county by Constable Sherman DickersonIn fight between Mr and Mrs Denton H Hopkins in the wo mans flat in Brooklyn she was killed They had been married 30 years but quarreled over money matters and sep aratedCircuit Judge Bugg at Clinton to prevent the possible lynching of Jim Hale a Negro charged with criminal assault met the train bearing the accused and tried him in the baggage car Hale pleaded guilty and he was given seven years imprisonment The train then proceeded carrying the con victed man to the Eddyville penitentiary POLITICAL- The democrats of New York City nominated George B McClellan for mayorRepublicans of New York City nominated Charles E Hughes for mayor and Richard Young for controller Lieut Gov Curtis Guild Jr was nominated for governor of Massachusetts by the republican State conyen tion by acclamation Memphis is sending telegrams to President Roosevelt Urging him to spend an entire day in that city on Oct 25 instead of only two or three hours as at present contemplated- A petition from n number of citizens headed by G W McKnight of San Marcos Texas has been presented to Gov Lanham of the Lone Star State asking that the State permit mob punishment of Negroes who assault women Ohio democrats affect to believe that hey have more than a fighting chance to carry the State Chairman Garber of the State central committee declares that the revolt against bossism will give Pattison victory over Herrick a Rooseveltian plurality Republicans of Massachusetts in convention in Boston adopted by a practi ally unanimous vote a tariff plank which calls for such revision of the tariff as should protect exports against die crimination and secure to the United States the treatment accorded to the most favored nations in all foreign markets The Harison County Democratic ommittee adopted resolutions absolv- Ing Democrats from voting for E R ilenaker nominee for State Senator This is the outcome of Miss Elizabeth iVhitakers suit for slander against lenaker in which she was awarded a verdict of 3500 Renaker it is said will stay in tjic race- Representative Bennett introduced Mr Deering and Representative Edward introduced Mr Tinsley the two candidates for the District Attorney ihip for Eastern Kentucky to the resident says a Washington Special Jr Roosevelt looked the two candidates over and said that while ho was not yet prepared to make a choice he thought the record made by Mr is the incumbent was TinsleYrwho his favo- rMystery j Deepens Mystery deepens as to why So many nlllions persist in suffering from such earful Infliction as dyspepsia eon itlpatton etc when they could so easlly get rid of every one of their troubles by a few doses of Dr Cald wells laxitlvo Syrup Pepsin Have you tried It If not do so today Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at 50c and 1100 Money back If fails MATRIMONIAL 00Eugene Holsomback and Miss Anna Nunnelley were married at Somerset Miss Mary Curtis of this place was married at Lexington last week to Mr- M F Murphy a prosperous Fayctti county farmer Ills bride is an excellent young lady and her many friend hero congratulate Mr Murphy on win- Ing her heart and hand Mr and Mrs John W Lewis of Springfield announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Avrit Lewis to Frederick Manget of Louia qUietIIyKey and Mrs J O A Vaught announce the engagement of their daughter Anne Louise to Mr W Ni Col lings of Pueblo Colorado The wcdI ding will take place the latter part of this month at the Methodist parsonngi on Washington Street Frankfor Journal Louisvillelaplace will be married Thursday to Miss Grace Rollof Greenville Ky The bridal party and many relatives cluding Mrs Woods and daughter Miss Minnie Woods will be entertained bj the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Wil ham Wallace at Paint Lick on the evening of the 14th- CHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Livingstons meeting at Pine Grove resulted in 24 additions Rev Gilbert Glass will preach at the Walnut Flat church Sunday afternoon The sum of 50265 was subscribed for missions at two tabernacle services in New York City Eld J G Livingston begun a meet ing at Crab Orchard last night Eld laM Omer will assist him The meeting at the Christian church Kingsville conducted by Rev Mills of Hustonville resultoHn two additions A Card This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and onsumptlun Contains no opiates The genuine Is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug- Store New Orleans feels confident that it has the yellow fever epidemic well in hand Last weeks number of cases was the smallest since the inception of the plague Elaborate preparations arc being made for the reception of President Roosevelt AttorneyGeneral N B Hays has gone to Washington to make a motion for the Advancement of the case of James Howard who was given a lift sentence for the murder of GovGoebel Charles H Berryman was appointed postmaster at Lexington to fill out the unexpired term of the late F Clay Elkin Mr Berryman will ive the en tire salary to Mr Elkins widow For Sale Privately I offer fur Nth privately my mull home or nU tens of Inuit war Oat- hrchurdhyonthuFull llck nllo from town That Icon It it goaturch inland fruit of nil klmln My house ion tuill alt roomS mind also n tnt liouwi gool well unit u goal rlitcrn nt tbudoor ntid nvcCRsiiryoiithulldlnifg IoniMjslon Rlv ii at oner M IAYKK loll Orcbunl Ky PUBLIC SALE 11 ndmlnlitrntor of the cutiiU1 of Mm Imlw June Tudor decd I will oHir for 5ul to thl hllh8t and hest liUKler the fol owing dv crllxd property on HATI7KOA IXrj1 SMTH evrtuln trnct of lund beet known nIl tint HcOlary fitrin containing shout NO sere iltuiiUil In Lincoln county unit iMirdiTlni on Dlx lllvor rid ultimtttl iilxiut nldwav iKtwcvn Uiiicnstcr mid Htanford ilKiit inlk8 from Ilthor pliiw lurid tract ur land very fertile Ills high utate of ml- Ivutlon mid vxcvllvnt In every for fur nlDK lurJIIIt nil Ixittomland Well wa vretl und fenced itood hoiiw Imrn and all ireeiMury outliulldliiK Any IIIIH ilunlrlni to ktt Mild harm can call on 111 Tudor who Iildcn on the place will nlno utter for III lit tho tanmtlmu and pliico the follow Inlt property thoroughbred HoUtclncow iiul ralf Jerney cow and culf i year nit ntvvmfi fat IIOKII full brat Itvrkithlre ov and plus Ijiind will sold on tho fol IlIoitllilmOllt lute 1urchaxur will lx rcqulrrd tu execute note with approved necurlty tearing II legal Intercut Irom ruin err jlun retained on land until nil of purchase uoney Is paid Term for ul of stock inado cnown on day of wile W I II Auniv Admr- AM IIouriH Auutlontir PUBLIC SALE I I will at my place of residence on the Full jlckiSt Dripping whgs Turnplku I inllu last of rrcachernvillt six ladles Iron Ural Jruhard and IjiiKimtiT and eight wile rom Htanfurd on- THUHSHAV GOT 15 wll to the blshoit and Iwst bidder my farm lontalnlng acre of llrNtcluitii land to icriMof It living nowln hfinp Alto nt theme time and pliice will veil all of my horIIIUllA cattle rut liogn Including use Hilr of the irst work horKig la Jarrnrd unty1lso nn extra good palrof node to jother with farming Implement con lsllng if ono now hickory wagon never uwd a lot or UirnUof gootl corn anil puny dlier tldnge too luniierons to mention TKItMH 0 K HArKTho real etate will ho sold for olluthlnl cnsli lialancb In one wound three year tlmo with Intcreitt on leferrtd piiymentii until paid with leln Ivjilned to neciire their payment Thu per roa rty will IN sold n follow erlAtcanh III hand over that amount a credit of Imonth will lx given with Inter Itpuynententouiynble nt tin Oral Orchard Hanking Co Thill n iplvndld opimrtunlty to secure n veilImproved anL clue homu It will bo old reserve und no livblddlng will be ptrlllllttl I buvu ed to go Wet and for that reason am having thin sale W B BKNNEIT Kyol i FOOTWEAR TT PtuJUU11 + 4011 ++ If there fe 0110 branch of our buelnciM that deserves more credit than nn other its our SHOK STOCK and jut now is the time to consider where you cnn beet lit yourself or your family III serviceable solid and sightly Shoes The llockcr llootoo I believe tho DKST ONE nmila today n genuine Goodycar raved bottom nmilo of tho alit lnshioned wax calf that will not pick or skin up Also iniiilo in soft leather price tal lnch high top tan shoe Goodyear welt bottom its near water proof m nay singlet leather nn AWFUL GOOD one price Sua KMnch high top tan shoe price Fita I incll BOX CALF high top shoe for StfOO n 12indi HICK OHY CArL n very tough serviceable stock for SflfiO our WATEU KING 10 inclicri high doubled through tho loot stinking it just n little uenrer water proof than nay of them prlco 83 Hoys Level Hc t school shoes in nil sizes You nil know them mid really if you have used them YOU KNOW they nre better than ANYHODYS 11 + 1111111111 H J MROBERTS STANFORD A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofiico over McRoberts1 Drug Store in the Owslcy Building Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I drill to tell prlvntely two house In Oral Orchard One U u of flOmo with Bcrviot ground Two good iprln other lies u pleudld iinJuUmt acorlnndonehouse a roonu tc reiddencrs Rrt compVratlvely new Ward MooreOrnh Or than K- yMcKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky MROlirnclUftra 0 Jean lInarysFlnnnet ltlullkt and Htud us take In exchange for work nlluwin ctlon guatantwvl- Ca11 tllthlthe or write for priers and Agents wmnttd THE VERDICT I n end scnwn IIIU Ifc IlluuFluntulVIcklesNOilHlorslari- Curtabts HhAdrs lbrnerrrs- CurtnlnuitrrtehrrLarwtMtn tcher rrom floor h Windows Brushes to Viwihl1aIetrIdlhuts Vnrn Jl1II1td Htulus and bmunrl 111118 Iingglcs New and Me 7ou carOld name Furnltuiegdomennd i mill artry WV of loran Excellent undertaking toqulpllwnt Plenty or horses mind ttyd Thrift done Pruitt BrothersMoreland K- yPOSTED below mlcttyWe wboe names appear forbid bootleg fishing or any Wed of lrer and will prosecutepUIIDIt on our place of the taw vlolators to the full extent lire Kr7dVonGrueDlKnAlbcrtVonOrueDl an Fred VonAllm n Alfred Biropen Holmei Miss Mettle II Hcwe Kelehentaeb Cum min JOA B llpu 0 Dunoe Holmet wBAnionW It fleugherty Hoffman I FlmoreM J J Ne ln Carter keJIerrlll H Oamenlscb ConnJohnF J A RootSam Charles EnssllaFraak Cordlor BalmerMra John lderlImuelLindsey L tie Jacob Oatder David Stephen Do You Want a Home If so we cnn furnish you ono any kind vu want WO have for stlet great ynrtety of farmui11111111 hnaMs bulnees houa mil buidne proio Hloni If You Want a Farm alto us whet kInd of n place mini look for what size wlut 1nprovencttts- hero IIIIf located how inucli you to Illyet nnd any other pertinent Informutroii andhave rnrml of all lzue We and aru eertilin to Interest you U price vou nre on the market It postal card will bring yoU one of our printed lists CENTRAL KY UKALK8TATK CO U KVoBJjOPreildent u i 1 f Ww H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY ir The t alasVteheaudCloekla tr Our stock of School Books Tablets School Bags Pens Ink Slates and all kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this line- N N1 11N11 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Be kind enough to remit us the amount of your dues at this office J n t l ti f =rANlOlm KY OCT 10 1005 We have a new stock of box papers that will int west rot New shapes and qualities Penny a Drug PERSONALS Mns C C GOER Is quito sick MRS MARY C GIVIINS is very sick Lnru WILLIAM WESTERKIELD has pneumoniaJ DAVID RANKIN nro hero from Wayne MM L M WESTERKIELD was here from Livingston Sunday MK AND MRS C L Cover are down from Corbin for a few days t MR T I HERRING and wife of Gar rani were In Stanford Sunday MR U T SEIIIY of Russell county was a caller at this office Friday THE stork alighted at J E Claunchs I and iU a girl Somerset Journal Miss CORA PEACOCK of Hustonville was here Saturday with relatives Miss Lou HOCKER of Hustonville was hero with relatives Saturday MISH MAYME RAMSEY of Garrard is with her sister Mrs John Bright Jr MRS J H HOCKER of Hustonville t was tho guest of Mrs F S McClary Mns ELIZABETH SIMPSON of Marks bury is tho guest of Mrs Leslie Car ter MRS W T MERIUMEB of Livings ton was the guest of Mrs Annie New land MRS Eft WILKINSON and Mrs McD Royalty visited relatives at Durgin last week r MRS TlrlloLDERMAN the aged mother of Mr Henry Holderman is his guest MR T M AHNOLO of Garrard a splendid patron of this paper was here yesterday MR J W SIMPSON and family of Lower Garrard were guests at Mr J M IhllllpeIattendIIngMESSRH WILLIAM KRUEGER andCos ale Sutton of Mt Vernon spent Sun day with Dr V R Beck Miss BELLE BOGLE and Master Fran cis Wcatherford of Hustonville were here shopping Wednesday Miss LKTTIK HELM who has been with her sister Mrs J Frank Walton in Cincinnati returned Friday Miss LELIA CARTER has returned from n visit to her home in Lincoln county Somerset Mountaineer IIMRS JOHN H SHANKS returned to Saturday after a pleasant visit to her parents Dr nnd Mm II B Cook MRS II D McCLURE nnd baby who have been with her sister in tho Turners ville section went up to Crab Orchard SundayA POUND boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs J II Browning of Livingston The mother was Miss Magee of Crab Orchard DR C A COX and family left Satur day for Corbin where they will make their homo in the future Their many friends regret very much to give them upS H MARTIN left Sunday for Lynchburg Vn From there he will go to North Carolina nnd In all will bo gone about three montlwMt Vernon Sig nal LOCALS I SEE our lino of heating stoves George H Farris REMEMIIER that W B Bennett will sell land and personalty at his farm near Preachersville Oct 19 Foil HENTResldenco occupied by Mrs Walter Warren on West Main Street Possession Jan Mark Hardin IK you know tho quality of tho merchandise we are closing out and tho great saving at which you can purchase them you would certainly buy all you need for winter Hurry up wo wont be here much longer John P Jones THAT the republicans of this county are in bad fighting shape there can bo no doubt Some of them almost came to blows here yesterday over the ques tion of nominating a full county ticket Tho Wuynesburg magisterial district republicans nnd the Negroes are almost to a unit in favor of a full ticket but the bosses and others say nay and what they say usually goes However it is reported that the committee will take some action this week NEW FURSt t Watch the fur IIwhclI the first cold snap comes You had better come in now and make your reliction mid bo ready for thocool days which always have conic We are showing the new shapes from the qmall nscot to the ijlmwl collar in Coney Opossum Isabella Fox and Squirrel These goods uro from W IL Miller it Co the well known furriers and they nro nil they are represented to he Prices 160 to 20 SEVERANCE SON DONT forget John B Wnthcns big sale of horses nt Lebanon tomorrow W M OWENS of Mt Vernon has u largo lot of chestnuts for sale Write to him for prices MnJ T DUD RAn has our thanks for some of his delightful pears four of which weighed 3b pounds IN a game of baseball between High land and Saufloy Saturday afternoon the former won by n score of 9 to 1 I HAVE added a cleaning pressing and general repair business Suits made new Give me n trial Ed Wilkinson Mil I S TKVIS asks us to thank his neighbors and friends for their kind news to him and his when his home was burned some weeks ago IP your farm Isfor sale list it with the Honor Real Estate Co Sememe Ky We are In touch with the Wayne and Pulaski county buyers STOHKUOOJI the best in Stanford for rent Possession Jan 1900 Now occupied by J P Jones and splendidly located S H Shanks Stanford COALLet us lyour coal house with good coal while the weather Is favorable Quality and prices to suit everybody J II Daughman Co TUB roomncum by Cum mins McClary and J W Pcrrin property of the estate of Mrs M J Miller were bought by Mr George W Carter yesterday for 4025 Till L N will another 175 excursion to Louisville Oct 22nd Train leaves Stanford depot at 015 A u and arrives in Louisville at 1025 AI Returning It leaves Louisville at 615 p M Six percent bo added to your town taxes if not paid before Nov 1 I have moved my office to T C Balls store Call there and get your receipt R G Jones tax collector and mar sits Tilt State secretary of the Christian Endeavor c E Vander Maatcn will bo at the Turnersvillo Christian church Tuesday night at 030 Every one In terested in C E work is cordially in vited to be present THE game of football advertised for Friday afternoon between the Stanford Graded School anti Centra College Soph omore elevens was called oft on account of the Danville boys wanting to say who should play on the Stanford team as well as on their own There was considerable disappointment because of the game being declared off A IRTITION signed by 187 republicans asking Mr James II Swope to run for sheriff was left at this office yesterday to be published The late hour and a superabundance of matter made it nec essary to hold the petition over until Friday The paper was gotten up by Mr Swopes friends without his knowl edge and is a compliment to that gen tleman TUAVEUNO men nnd the public gen erally will be sorry to learn that Mr W D Stagg will give up the Exchange lintel at Liberty Jan He has not only made a success ns a mine host but has made legions of friends by his cour teous nnd kind treatment of his guests lIe will likely return to his farm near Kidds Store Mrs John Wilkinson has rented the hotel for next year VtATcnMrs Alice Veatch sister of Mrs W II Brady of this place died in Louisville from the effects of an operation for tumor and was burled here Saturday afternoon after services vJP ex cellent woman und a devout member of the Methodist church Is survived by two children Miss Daisy nnd Mr Ed Veatch both cf whom are grown tier husband who was wellknown here preceded her to the grave several yearsCnEIGILTONMr MCreighton aged 80 died at his home at Kingsville Sunday evening Ho had a fall some two months ago and had never left his bed since Mr Creigeton is survived 8onsandadnughIour yule correspondent The burialwill occur at KIngsvillo this afternoon at 2 oclock Deceased was a highly educat ed polished gentleman a good speaker and an interesting writer and talker Ho was an uncompromising democrat and a cleyer man- Foil RENT Nice cottage in Stan r ford J C McClary GOOD stable with 3 stalls for rent See George D Wearen Tne L N is giving a 2 roundtrip rate to Lexington during the trots MR JOSH JONES is making some ex tensive improvements on his pretty country home OlympianSpringssplendid water here yesterday BURTON FAULKNER have annexed a grist mill to their saw mill near High land and ask a share of public patron age IT is the citizens rthd West End who offer 40 reward for the capture of Buena Compton Instead of by Sheriff M S Baughman as our types made us say last issu- eJoiiNSONs r Elizabeth Johnson mother of the late Hiram M died at her home near JohnsonI aged 88 and was burled in Buffalo cemetery yesterday r Punuc SALEI will sellat public auction on Wednesday Oct 11 a lot of household and kitchen furniture farm ing implements buggy and harness cow and calf poultry etc Will also rent home place of 30 acres Mrs Monroe Curtis AIR CLYDE E VADER MAATEN field Secretary of the C E Union will address the young people at Turners ville this evening at Moreland Wed nesday evening and at Pleasant Grove church in Garrard Thursday evening Everybody Invited MR FAULKNER KENNEDY who was charged with striking a German named James Shupes on the head at the time Will Kennedy his brother shot him from the effects of which Shupes died Friday evening gives us the following statement of the trouble We were on our own premises when the German at tacked us with a shot gnn Wm Ken nedy and Iwere standing together when Shupes leveled his gun on us I knocked the weapon up nnd In the struggle which ensued my brother shot him in the left leg I did not strike Shupes Why he attacked us I do not know He attempted to waylay us the evening before but we went another route home I am told that Shupes said on his deathbed that he must have been offor he would not have at tempted to shoot the Kennedys I sent a doctor to see tho wounded man but his family gave him little attention and did not carry out the physicians in structions The Messrs Kennedy are being guarded by Messrs A A Crutch field anti Mack Lawson Their exam ining trial will come up today when they will be defended by Bobbitt Kennedy THE District Christian Endeavor Con vention which met in the Presbyterian church Friday and Saturday was a distinct success from beginning to end Delegates were present from different nndlLincolnjoy their stay and expressed them selves as much pleased with the con vention The entertainment commit tee deserve great commendation for the efficient way in which they dispens ed the hospitality of the community Great credit is due our splendid State President Rev F M Tinder of Lan caster for tho vigor and spiritual tone ho gave the convention as its presiding officer Mr Clydge E VanderMantcn tho Field Secretary for Kentucky Was present anti made several addresses which showed that he was familiar with the needs and possibilities of the work in our State Tho addresses of those who took part In the proceedings were of a high order and thoso who at tended were fully repaid fortheir splendid attention Resolutions were adopt ed thanking the Stanford peoplo for their hospitality and calling for prog ress along overy line of Young Peoples work in our churches Tho following officers for the district were elected for the year to come President Rev Gil bert Glass Stanford vicepresident Mr Gco L Carpenter Hustonville secretary Mrs F P Frisbie Lancas ter recording secretary Miss Ophelia Lackey Stanford treasurer Mr Jas Meisburg Harrodsburg president ju nior department Miss Dolly McRob erts Stanford The next convention will be held at Pleasant Grove church in Garrard county G u NEW COATS The new coats are much longer than last season and the styles are much prettier yet the price ino higher The coats wo sell at Sfi 810 SIC and 820 mo the prettiest we have ever shown The picture on the left repre sents one of our new Kmpiro Coats nnd in the seasons favorite Come in nUll try one on look at yourself and you will want one sure We show quite a number of special coats only one of n kind no one wilt have one like yours at SIC 820 and 825 SEVERANCE SON 0 John Phelps was shot and killed ljhU cousin John Honaker during the Masonic services over the grave of their uncle John Honaker in Warren county They quarreled over his es tate Richmond citizens made the mistake of calling tho fire department Instead of patrol wagon for a drunken man wateritheprisonIEngineer James Hornby and Fireman L E Drake both of Nashville were killed in a freight collision on the L N road at Springsi J Al3uttleworth bought the places McjGoodwinfor 20 100 Advocate Kiameshas great feat was a mile in 137 25 over the Belmont course in New YorkJunction City is enjoying the noise of a street fair this week ITO THE LADIES 1te limo Jiitt returned from the tItles with n trice line of Hull nml Winter huts Will IWRlitd to linvu tliii Indies call and ex amln our stock Mim Kin AMI MIHH HKXIINH Crab Orchard Ky MILLINERY New Kail nil Winter Millinery Just re ceived conilitlnK of Inge sever nl other lendlnt uutkes and style The dies of tilt Mctloe are cordially Invited to cull und see them Mrs Kate Myers Hustonville PUBLIC SALE BLUEGRASS FARM VK1NKH1AY OQTO tat t5THI IAt oclock at mjr form throe mile from Ihmvlllc on the Danville nod than font I wi 111 the followtng descrllx- dpropwrtyYI211encrcorfftat Hluu Irnss Uiiul and n lot of cattle four lUglst red Hhort lot of milk cow calves ttl This lund will rnbehettp tobacco corn wheat Ac In well watered ImvliiK two never fulling well cistern n nuiulKT of never falling springs two creek Unit nfford water the yenr around dwelling with rooms i porches kitchen nod cellnr moot houvu lieu house n rooms buggy hou e cabin rooms stock burn mass 12 Stalin unit Imiioinent for cattle to Imcco twirl lx5S feet both full of tobacco 2 tenement house on farm new last Hprlng a rooms and porch Inch I will also rell spring wagon and 2 IwoharMwngansa lot ol farming Staple lit such us binders mowers plows Ac hemp drakes sorghum mill some household furniture lido to 1ItIIInJollJtI lit 10oultek t e- t1VtrbedayOct25Its0 A W MM ITII T U KtiRllsIt Auct Danville KI PUBLIC SALE I llrvlng old my farm nnd wishing to cave the county at once I will sell place two miles North of Crab Orchllril tour Whites Mill Oil tho I nnciisttr plkeon Wednesday the Stth tiny of Octolier IttIt commencing Jrongdlysit 10 tliu fol lowing described property One gentle hug mare suitable for lady to drive out Mtleirrtlchickens lot of Irish potatoes lot of on lot of lumber one uptodate walnut lied room milt cost tin one elegant curly lllrch duto Itetlnxmi suit cost 1Oone good suwingtutrhtneoneoldlnglttiSfoot IX tension talile elegant one angle wiinlrolw one elegant large wardrobe lirusMU cariHts one Ingrain cnbinetnuigegaollnetoyeIdlntn chairs ouk lint rack tibnuy chair rollertop book cane lot of rockers and other nice chairs electric oil hunter lot of dishes lumps tine hull lamp clock luce curtains window KliaileK old Kngllklt stood tnbleand many other thlngH loo te dious to mention This Is one of the lest lots of furniture ever told in tho county Terms iniido known ondayof rale Unites cblll Invited MUHJ II JONKH Col J 1OhnndlerAuct Omit Orchard PUBLIC SALE I ot land took nnd crop Having determined logo West I will on HATUUI1AY OCT lltO- at my farm tulles West of Crab Orchard on tliu county road leading from Cruli Orch lint to Maywood commencing promptly at tin hour or 10o clack slull described property My farm of 70 acres 111xturoorthree never one never liottuuiititworth jlrofrrnerosnudlJoli athe land Owsley and Ueorge inenndUonHmil Route No The hum U under good fence trust of It wire lloth dwellings havunver falling wells In yard This fiirm has u No I grist mill on It hor power capacity nnd lO bushels per tiny llest scut In county My farm and mill will Iwsold together This farm If not fold privately wIlt sold publicly TKHMHOII estate cash remainder inono and two a years itliwrist and Iinr- elatneduufarmforryutnnideror purchiibe Personal property consists or one good Iniiiiu liorso s ytars okl two good milk two buggies harness wagon uut- ittnttlsIxrdlothof plowsliiiitle1gearI1 gait- cook stove large air wail- hculluStove1 organ I folding bed salt chairs and two rockers safe mussels carpet rag carpet I goat machine swing lot of curl hind hay cane mil nut evaporator about 10 bushels of of dishes nnd Jars 5lot of canned fruitmilt inuny other Ings too numeroiu to men tl Tennatereonnlparoerty mode known on duyof sale WIIITT Col J Chandler And a CUSIO Tailoring Suits To Measure We carry samples from tho very best Custom Tailors in the country mid show ns great n variety of patterns ns one would care to look nt i READYMADE CLOTHING IS i OUR MAIN LINE w But we carry samples for those desiring special service and those vhocnn not get fitted from ready made stocks We know how to itakomeasures properly we know i twhen a garment is properly made j and we guarantee every garment to fitfperfectly Wfa give you the latest fashion touches Our prices will save you several dollars on u Suitor an Over- coatCUfirilNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Great ClosingOut Sale We have rented a business house now nearing completion in Corbiu Ky which we expect to occupy at nn early date Rather than move any stock from this place we have decided to close our Entire Line of Merchandise at n sacrifice This stock consists of not only the Cream of Dry Goods suchas Silks Satins Fine Woolens Wnistiugc Fine Table Damasks Underwear Hosiery Outings Etc Etc hut also contains tho largest assortment of haud painted Japanese China old Uricn brae Novelties ever shown in this section Wo anticipated heavy Holiday Trade and bought very Inrgelof this line These goods have just arrived fresh from Japan and will goon sale at once III addition fo the above we have n oc and lOc department that u now loaded withgllodmcrul money savers Tim will he our last opportunity to supply the wants of our friends and customers nnd we deem it necessary to further remind you of the character of merchandise you now have an opportunity U purchase at sacrifice Owing to the short stay wo have in your midst wo are compelled to make this Strictly A Spot Cash Sale to One and All nniUwc ask those who havetalready made little tickets to please settle Stanford Ky Oct 3 19- 05JOHN P JONES DANVILLESHOE STORE Woodson Sallee Successors to Caldwell Lanler DANVILLE KENTUCKY FALL IS ON US We are ready with the goods Snappy stuff for Men Women end Children Our school shoes cant be beat Edelens Level Best and Honest Mike needno introduction SPLENDID LINE TRUNKS DRESS SUIT CASES ETC Everything In Gents urnishiugs Make our store headquarters when in Danville George P Crow Salesman SG y P h lit f The Interior Journal Enltrtd in the Post Office at Stanford II itcond c3ais matter n TUKSIIAYH AND FNII1Ye ivvnLll1111 AT 100 PER YEAR CASH nrWhPn not so pAId 108 will be charg- edUMBRELLAS r Ilecorercd and repaired and made altnoi ai good as new fur a amount I can fix umbrella bitter than the tram- repaIrernd for less money Qlre me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately rMy house and 10 acres ot land situated jest outsIde of town limits on the Bomerse House has 7 room kitchen and icr Tanya room good cellar stable and ai necessary oqtbulldtngs Water hydrant In the yard nd one fur J P BAILEY H F HILLENMEYER SONS Blue Crass Nurseries Lcxfngron KY OlTir for the Full of wo n full took of fruit vmlorimmcntnl tree Ifnll Vines iispnrn Hinull fruits rlitilNirl shrubs etc ttr mi ploy ngunu but sell tilted to tho planter Lntiilogue on nppll- entlubINSURANCE Fire Lightning WInd Ntorm Life nnd Accident lnttthe 8TKONOKHT nnd BEeT UIIA Ixiwestloi slble Ilntes OunrnntitU Loss luyln 4Heo onlUnc iUAllia Trdk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky ItcsUUnce Phone No S3 4 The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHU3ABS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room RcfurnlihtJ and under entire New MaiKgeratnt Boblhe favorite porter meets all trains NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSB ft CLABESOH Inn JUNCTION CITY KY TintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Sale t Jesse W Sweeney raortiiETou Livery Food gad Sale Stablo l Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rate Call on ns on Depot Street Also Dealers to- Goal r E D Peyton DBALEU IN r Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg tetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Garter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Homes on commission Stock Pens In Connection as as of as of in an is Faxton t B H Shanks w 0 Walker too W Carter r 3 B Foster J L O Goo b W B Oummlni W H Bright K L Hubble W H Shanks f t t TO LADIES I 1 Imvo opviuxl n llrcssmiiklntf Establish mwnt nt my home on IoKtinAvinnonMcl nsk n share of the patnmnRi of the ladles of this community promlMim IIsfllllnr3 work Glvo n triiil Mis UIIOIIA WIIITK Htmiriml Kv Give Me Order I Can Please You Whr buy ready made clothing when there is so little difference In the price ol high grade ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an ex handsomelinelow price business suit to the finest drew snit Also Spring overcoats and trous ere The company I icprefent In one of the beat I also have a line of goods 1 make up inTCf If for those who prefer it IL OKUPLEY the Taller Nmv personal rn1the truetype or rtrtt manhood To R tl tint roiiiUltols INtrvss o IIlormnta d mahllteOIUnPoIr nti Protrtln 3lipliinc and other IrouUoidato over vork and Other causes Makes rich healthy rrurertnutd uenru fur women Rootlet freetqUlIrfOOlS Six for t300 with a gear ante to rrmml not lUre or Smelled PtrrER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U S A ron SALE AT PENNT8 DRUG BTOBC JLBeazleyCo e UndertaKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY ed- I ltC y Undertaker Embalmeraiul jjffi Dealer in HaruessSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllce Ihone IGi Home Ihone 01 aiFirsStanford KYf BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution wit originally established the Deposit Rank of In 1858 then reorganized the National Bank Stanford In 1885 nnfl again reorganized the First National Ilaik Stanford 1881 having had practically uninterrupted existence for 13 year It better supplied now with facilities for transact ing easiness promptly and well than ever before in Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited JB r JK slffBrlITr physicmeotal NrnsCures Officers J 9 HOOKER Press 6 T HAUKIB V Pres Jl MOROI1EUT8 Ohr W II RAUEN A lit Ohr Directors V Held Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M D Elmoro Stanford II liaughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jus Robinson Hubble I H IlauRhmao Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Directors JBOley THE Your la Buccoe soThe Farmers ATrust Company and under time management continuously for 38 year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT loping such business relationi will prove mutually beneficial I I6ri + IwI1Mw wIi Lati fI Officers I H SHANKS President Ji R Pkxton Vice President W M BRIOHT OahU Wi O WALKER Asst Cutler FARMERS DEPARTMENT L C King sold to Sydney Dunbar a mule colt for 105 Alex Cooper sold to W 0 Walker 1 colt by Pence for 100 Taylor House sold to Price Bros two suckling mules for 160 J E Lynn sold to D N Prewitt 11 1320pound cattle at 4c and on the headIn Scott W II Leach sold to Davl May 100 hogs for December deliver at 5ic D D Holtzclaw bought of J II Baughman 10 black cows and calves ut about 35- David Rankin and S D Oatts or Wayne bought 47 yearling mules la thlt county at SO Walter Walker bought of W A Tribble a suckling colt by Pence dam Kate Muloy for 100 r Mr George D Wcaren sold the milk cow advertised last issue to W G Cowan of HustonvUle Foil RPNT A desirable Boyle count farm of 90 acres three to five years to the right man Enquire at this of flee Bros Young sold to All IICoffey Pemberton a pair of extr five years old weight 2 800 for 425 Adair News EsTRAY A 200pound hog came to my farm in August Owner Fan get It by paying for this notice and his keep J II Dalton Gilberts Creek B G Fox Co the Dunvillu mul buyers have bought 700 mule colts nni yearlings in this section this fall The shipped most of them to Pennsylvania ESTRAY A l7o pound hog clime to my place two months ago Owner clln get him by paying for this notice and his keep Andrew Tucker Huston ville Ky Co took n car lord of 1400 ILutes cattle to Indianapolis Sunday which they bought at Ic Lutes Ham llton also took a carload they bough at the same price For seed wheat the very Vest vari eties home grown yield IS to 34 bush els per acre this year Also Northern seed wheat Order samples Phone or write Marksbury Son Lancaster Ky At the sale of T D Chenault Jr in Madison 10 yearling cattle sold at 0710 twoyearold cattle brought J6 10 milk cows 25 to 46 4 suckling calves 14 20 head of mules 165 to 195EsTRAYA 700ixmnd red mulystcc left Hustonvillo fair ground pasture about two weeks ago Will give reward for recovery or information lead ing thereto Josiah Bishop Huston vllle A large number of cattle were on the market here yesterday but the low pri ces offered caused many to be takes back home unsold Mules and mule nuts were in active demand as were good horses W M Savage confirms the repor that a New York syndicate offered hin 180000 for Dan Patch which paced mile in the recordbreaking time or 1551 at Lexington Savage said that he had wired the syndicate that an offer of 500000 would not tempt him to part with the champion At Lexington Saturday Dan Patel lowered his pacing record from 156 tc 1551 Ten thousand people saw the performance of the great son of Joe Patchcn and yelled themselves hoarse Laconda won the 204 pace in three ol the fastest heats ever paced in a race the best time being 202 n Life is Embittered- Life is too often embittered by the grievous pains and sulTvring caused ly dyspepsia in ono or other of its tarry forms No other iisenso covets inch a wldo range of symptoms or lausos such varied suffering to its lutlins Stomachache bond ache laziness nausoa biliousness constl alien fever otoall am duo to this ono dreadful disease No wonder that thousands are so onthuslastlu over tho euro of their dbanso by Dr aliluolln laxative Syrup Iup9ln Jt Is a most marvelous iiotont and nlveriul cures Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford andC W Adams ftistonvllle nt 5Do and 9100 Monep- ark If It falls At Hastings Neb John Broderick razed because he had not been allowed to visit his mother during her last Illness made his way into the death chamber and over the body of his mother shot himself his sister his rather nnd brother Inlaw The latter to will die low to Cure BunionsFirst soak the corn or bunion in wnrm water to soften It then pate it down as closely as possible without rating blood nnd apply Chamber tins Ialn Halm twice dully rubbing Igorously for live minutes at each ppliuation A corn plaster should be worn a few days to protect It from tho shoo AH a general liniment for pralns bruises lameness and rheu lutism Pain Balm Is unequaled Por sale by all druggists A number of Episcopal clergy of diocese of New Hampshire have made arrangements for the formation of an association which will have for its ulti mate object the union of the Anglican church with the Orthodox church of ussia and other ancient churches of- the East tthta1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Richmond is to have convent school Alfred Burton was killed in a saT mill accident In Adair Barbourvillc Red Men will have 0 street fair during the week of the 16th William P Pettus has left Bryants ville to go into business at Somerset being n member of the firm of Elliot Prewitt Thomas Coyle of Richmond was sentenced to tho penitentiary for 17 years for killing fits brother In law Bud Riddle- J F Frank Ball was indicted by tin Bell circuit court for the murder or Jack Bolen nt Middlcsboro A public meeting was held nt Middlcsboro de pouncing the crime and the genera prevalence of killings and laying the blame largely nt tho door of tho officials A Judicious Inquiry A well known traveling man who vis- Its tho drug trade says ho has otter hoard drililsts Inquire of customer who asked for a cough medicine whether It was wanted for u child oral adult and It for u child they n linos Invariably recommended Chamber lains Cough Remedy limo reason for this Is thntthoy know there U no dun per from It and that It always cures Thoro Is not tho Toast danger In glviu It and fur coughs colds and croup It is unsurpassed For sale by nil druggists Tho Unitct States Independent Tele- Phone Company has been organized at Rochester N Y It comprises systems extending from New York to Kansas City A plant will bo installed with initial capacity of 225000 telephone and an ultimate capacity of 750000 tel ephones for New York City and tribU tart district Dont lie Imposed Upon Foley d Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar ait a throat and hung remedy and oil account of the great merit nnd popularity of Foleys Houej und Tar many Imitations ore offered for tho genuine Thcso worthless Imitations have similar sounding names Beware of them The gonu Inc Foloyn honey and Tar In in a yol low package Ask for It and rt fusi any substitute It Is the host remedy for coughs und colds 1onnyn Dnif Store A Breathitt county man forgetting that ho was not to hum was arrest ed and punished at Denver for drawing his pistol and trying to make a policeman walk in tho middle of the street Homo ways stick mighty closely to a man but they dont always sometimes work Frankfort Journal At Orange N J a judgo fined n man 2 for cursing another four times or 50 cents a damn This wholesale price is considered cheap by those who think they have to cuss or bust Frankfort Journal a Sick headache U caifscd by u dlsor dervd condition of tho Ktomnoh and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stom acts and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists Miss Lizzie G Henderson of Missis sippi was elected president of time Daughters of the Confederacy at the convention in San Francisco OaJl Traylor DCAtlH IH tfHlsl Brandy Wines Beer Clears ftG Jarpentr Dlosa to DepotSTANFORD KY Prom pi ml poittt atlentlon Nothing but tht pea o drink phone t Kltjrapb ordericeire iroaptAtttntlon A suit fir the young limn bound to suit the young tuna Columbia Goodclothea are not sized like mens suits hut cut over special patterns Thl are chocka block with style huullderllhomIand all time littler points that give big style MillIe with n shape already in uu W E PEfeKINSCrab t Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON OCTOBER 314I Webers Famous Baud Dale i Grand Jf concerts tti i Th 21000 Futurity Oct 3 Great 204 Pace Oct 7 5000 Transylvania Oct 5 3000 Walnut Hall CupOct9 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct U s ONE OR MOIRE STAKES DAILY Half Fare on All Railroads 34 The Gibralter of Rockcastle CountyiFinancial Institutions fl 1rCITIZENS BANK 1it OF BRODHEAD KY OIl r to the People a tuft nnd Conservative lianking Syetutu I jIndividualGive us your business nnd we guarantee n pltntnnt mid profitable relation Iny i per cent interest on till deposits of e 100 or more when 1 left in the bank mind not checked upon par a period of six months J JeW HUTCHESON Cashier t 250 NOVELS 250 a A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL N CRAIGDruggist and Optician Diamond Edge Tools IkThe Standard of Perfection Sold uudei strict guarantee Saws axes liatclieU liaimnorif chisel bra ecs bltl nufomatio boring tools that every good workman multi desire Tho quality U roiiioinborcil long lifter jirice is forgotten You are cordially invited to eonio timidsee the Hue whether you buy or nut o GEORGE H HARRIS Stanford KentuckyIf The Pennsylvania Lines Will have Very Low OneWny late to points in California Oregon iViuhhigtnn kCc nnd iiitcrmo diiite points every day front Sept 1ft to Oct 81 Full information can be obtained at City Ticket Ollicts Fourth and Will nut Sts i Station IVnrl and Butler Streets Ciiicinnnti O Alibottd ollico Cob ington 11 or write Qeo W Weedon A pi P A Cincinnati Ohio W B McRobertsDRUGGIST I Scllrt Jvuifeiis Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed Then in none better Now Spring pattern or Wall Paper Vhitor Lead and LiiiHeed Oil Also q A Tested dim SUM Bud Destrofef J c Ix p p